|Field Antenna Handbook - Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center. Annapolis, Maryland|
"This handbook presents basic propagation theory, the fundamentals concerning antennas, and the design and use of tactical high frequency and very high frequency antennas. It is a field reference for basic antenna facts and a usage guide for antennas. Keywords include: Antennas; High frequency; Propagation; and Very high frequency."Digitized by www.dtic.mil
Keywords: Antennas; HF; VHF; Ham Radio; Amateur Radio; Radio Wave Propagation; Radio Propagation; Radio Propagation
|Ionospheric Plasma Disturbances And Effects On Radio Waves - Lee, Min-Chang|
Ionospheric Plasma Disturbances And Effects On Radio Waves by Lee, Min-Chang. "Ionospheric plasma heating experiments were conducted at Arecibo to investigate generation of ionospheric plasma bubbles, sheet-like ionospheric irregularities, Langmuir waves, upper hybrid waves, and ion Bernstein waves. This research has shed light on physics and effects of HF waves on naturally occurring ionospheric plasma turbulence." Digitized by The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).
Keywords: HAARP; Ionospheric scintillation; Radio Propagation; Ionospheric modification; Radio Wave Propagation
|HAARP High Power Experiments And Observations Of Ionospheric Interactions - Rodriguez, Paul|
HAARP High Power Experiments And Observations Of Ionospheric Interactions by Rodriguez, Paul; Kennedy, Edward; Kossey, Paul; Kaiser, Michael; Bougeret, Jean-Louis; Kurth, William; Bristow, William."We review experiments in ionospheric modification and long distance propagation performed at the HAARP facility. Most experiments were in bistatic configuration with the WAVES receiver on the NASA/WIND satellite...
Keywords: HAARP; Ionospheric modification; Radio propagation; Ionospheric scintillation; Radio Wave Propagation
|Radio Wave Propagation In The Presence Of A Tropospheric Duct - Dresp, M. R.|
"A full-wave solution has been obtained for radio wave propagation in the presence of an elevated tropospheric layer. This analysis was performed as part of the CNI (Communication, Navigation, Identification) experimental program. The tropospheric layer is modeled as a trilinear refractive index profile with a sufficient lapse rate so as to result in an elevated duct. The analytical solutions give the received signal level for air-to-air propagation paths at UHF, the corresponding signal fading ...
Keywords: Radio Propagation; Ionospheric radio wave propagation; Tropospheric Ducting; Radio Wave Propagation; Tropospheric radio wave propagation
|Ionospheric Radio Propagation - Davies, Kenneth|
NBS monograph 80. Contents Chapter 1 The Earth's Atmosphere, Geomagnetism, and the Sun 1.1. Nomenclature 1 1.2. Pressure and Density Variations 2 1.3. Chemical Composition 5 1.4. Formation of Ionized Layers 8 1.4.1. Ion Production 8 1.4.2. Ion Disappearance 8 1.4.3. Formation of a Chapman Layer 12 1.4.4. Electron Density Distribution 17 1.5. The Earth's Magnetic Fields 19 1.5.1. The Dipole Field 19 1.5.2...
Keywords: Ionospheric Radio Wave Propagation; NBS monograph; Ham Radio; Amateur Radio; DXing; Radio Propagation; Radio Wave Propagation
|Contribution to the study of the structure of the ionosphere (contribution a l'etude de la structure de l'ionosphere) - Nicolet, M|
Properties and structure of ionosphere based on radio propagation, night airglow, solar spectrum and aurora observations
Keywords: AIRGLOW; IONOSPHERE; RADIO PROPAGATION; SOLAR SPECTRUM; AURORAS; IONOSPHERES; NIGHTGLOW; RADIO TRANSMISSION; SOLAR SPECTRA; WAVE PROPAGATION; AIRGLOW; AURORA
|On the propagation of powerful radiowaves in the ionosphere (k voprosu o rasprostranenii sil'nykh radiovoln v ionosfere) - Ginzburg, E. I|
High power radio wave propagation in lower ionosphere
Keywords: IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION; LOWER IONOSPHERE; PENETRATION; RADIO TRANSMISSION; RADIO WAVES; WAVE PROPAGATION; IONOSPHERIC PROPAGATION; RADIO PROPAGATION; RADIO WAVE
|TM 11-666 Antennas And Radio Propagation - United States. Department of the Army|
TM 11-666 Antennas And Radio Propagation 1953-02-09 ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS SERIES The manuals on electronic fundamentals form a progressive series of educational texts which present the theory and application of electronics for the military services. The series starts with the basic electrical fundamentals and extends to the most recent technical concepts, as applied to telegraphy, telephony, radio, loran, facsimile, radio direction finding, radar, meteorological radio, television, and other mi...
Keywords: Radio; Ham Radio; Amateur Radio; Cold War; Technical Manual; Antennas; Radio Propagation; US Army; United States. -- Army -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Technical Manual; United States. Army; Radio Wave Propagation
|BSTJ 36: 3. May 1957: Radio Propagation Fundamentals. (Bullington, Kenneth)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 36: 3. May 1957 pp 593-626. Radio Propagation Fundamentals. (Bullington, Kenneth)
Keywords: transmission; antenna; frequency; radio; diffraction; loss; propagation; fading; signal; median; propagation fundamentals; field intensity; free space; transmission loss; radio propagation; antenna height; reflection coefficient; bell system; system technical; signal level
|BSTJ 57: 5. May-June 1978: Contributors to this Issue.|
Bell System Technical Journal, 57: 5. May-June 1978 pp 1707-1715. Contributors to this Issue.
Keywords: bell; university; propagation; kappa; satellite; eta; sigma; radio; presently; optical; radio propagation; presently working; eta kappa; bell system; mobile radio; system technical; millimeter wave; bell laboratories; tau beta; phi kappa
|BSTJ 16: 1. January 1937: Radio Propagation Over Plane Earth - Field Strength Curves. (Burrows, Charles R.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 16: 1. January 1937 pp 45-75. Radio Propagation Over Plane Earth - Field Strength Curves. (Burrows, Charles R.)
Keywords: antenna; equation; antennas; vertical; field; ground; curves; polarization; strength; propagation; bell system; dielectric constant; field strength; technical journal; received field; system technical; conducting plane; vertical polarization; radio propagation; horizontal polarization
|TC 9-64 Communications-Electronics Fundamentals: Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines, and Antennas - United States. Department of the Army|
U.S. Army Training Circular # TC 9-64 Communications-Electronics Fundamentals: Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines, and Antennas. 2004-07. Preface ix Chapter 1 WAVE PROPAGATION 1-1 Learning Objectives 1-1 What is Propagation? 1-2 Principles of Wave Motion 1 -2 Sound Waves 1-15 Lightwaves 1-23 Electromagnetic Spectrum 1 -30 Electromagnetic Waves 1 -32 Summary 1-39 Chapter 2 RADIO WAVE PROPAGATION 2-1 Learning Objectives 2-1 Electromagnetic Fields 2-2 Radio Waves 2-6 Summary 2-38 Chapter 3 PRINCI...
Keywords: Electronics; Ham Radio; Radio Propagation; Antennas; Amateur Radio; United States. -- Army -- Communication Systems -- Handbooks, Manuals, etc; United States. Army; US Army; United States. -- Army -- Handbooks, Manuals, etc; Field Manual; Army Training Circular; Radio Wave Propagation
|BSTJ 14: 3. July 1935: Radio Propagation Over Spherical Earth. (Burrows, Charles R.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 14: 3. July 1935 pp 477-488. Radio Propagation Over Spherical Earth. (Burrows, Charles R.)
Keywords: conducting; earth; solution; curve; refraction; theoretical; spherical; propagation; conductivity; curves; conducting spherical; field strength; perfectly conducting; plane earth; spherical earth; imperfect conductivity; technical journal; radio propagation; conducting plane; experimental points
|Nuclear Weapon Effects on the Ionosphere|
President Kennedy directed that a series of high altitude nuclear explosions be conducted with the objectives of testing the weapons and determining their effects on radar and communication systems. SRI planned and fielded the measurement system and successfully monitored the radio propagation conditions across the vast area of the Pacific for each test. This movie describes the results
Keywords: Operation Dominic; Joint Task Force 8, Project 6.11; High altitude nuclear explosions; 1962; Ionosphere; F region disturbances; High frequency radio propagation; Acoustic gravity waves; Stanford Research Institute; John B. Lomax; Donald L. Nielson